SA MP Sam Duluk stands trial over bottom slap allegations at parliamentary Christmas party | 7NEWS

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State MP Sam Duluk allegedly poured ice down a colleague’s dress and drank gin straight from the bottle after arriving uninvited at a parliamentary Christmas party.

The damning claims came to light on day one of his assault trial for a drunken bottom slap. 7NEWS Adelaide at 11.30am, 4pm and 6pm |

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